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TORCH 1969 



Tenney High School 
Methuen, Massachusetts 




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This Is Tenney 

i . . youths' exuberance . . . enthusiastic spirits . . . 
shining friendships ... characters to be molded . . . 
questioning minds ... the search for knowledge . . . 
patient teachers ... satisfied smiles . . . climax of 
all wonderment ... our life's road has begun . . . 







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Administration 



Faculty 



Seniors 



Athletics 



Activities 



Memories 



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"Education is discipline for the adven- 
ture of life. It is wisdom as revealed in 
human lives as well as in the pages of a 
printed book, in lessons taught, not so much 
by precept as by example." 

—Alfred N. Whitehead 



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ADMINISTRATION 







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Leslie Bernal 

Assistant Superintendent 



Arthur F. Baker 

Superintendent 




Urville J. Beaumont 

Principal 



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Mrs. Florence Byrne 
Miss Sarah Forrest 

Secretaries 




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Urville J. Beaumont 

With 

W. Earl Lister 

Assistant Principal 




orothy Chadwick 

Dean of Girls 





Guidance 
Department 



Alfred N. Law 



Alton Bailey 
Janet McLennan 







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FACULTY 



"I believe in the curse of ignorance, in 
the efficacy of schools, in the dignity of 
teaching and joy of serving others." 

— Health iv ays 



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Mrs. Lillian Hershfield 




English 




Mr. Albert Francis 



Mr. Arthur Nicholson, III 




Mrs. Donna Hughes 





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O.K., kiddies, one more time! 



Mr. Thomas Jennings 



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and Speech 




Harry, you have dragon mouth! 




Mrs. Shirley Hovanasian 





Mrs. Mildred Monroe 




Mr. Alfred Jones 



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Mrs. Wilma Willson 



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Science 





Mr. William Russell 



Miss Sandra Caponetta 



Mr. Peter Mazzaglia 




Mrs. Joan M. Lane 





Mr. John Ziminski 



"What's the matter? Haven't you ever seen Atomic Waste before?' 



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Math 




"They used to call me CRISCO because I had so much 
fat in the can, but look at me now." 




Mr. Frank Yclle 



Mrs. Ruth Lockaby 



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Mr. John Rimas 





Miss Elizabeth Smith 



Mr. Shaun Gurry 



You're kidding! 



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Mrs. Louise Gosselin 




Mr. David Whiting 



iStudies 




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Mrs. Jo-Anne Rugge 



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Mr. Gerard E. Gagne 




Languages 




Now for the WRKO Top Ten . . 



Miss Joan Warner 




Mrs. Mildred Kendall 





Miss Stella Faro 



Mrs. Claire Derby 



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Miss Kathleen Doran 




Miss Claire St. Pierre 




Business 




What do you mean my slip is showing? 




Miss Ruth Lange 





Mrs. Margaret Morgan 



Mrs. Virginia Wilman 



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Mr. Joseph Melia 




Miss Mary Schruender 




Mr. William Gosselin 



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Miss Carol Bailey 




Arts and 




Mr. Paul Constantineau 









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Miss Alice Coulson 



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Mr. Edward Kissell 




Mr. James McDermott 




Mr. Joseph Gregory 




Mr. John O'Wril 




Mr. Alvin Huebner 




Mrs. Mildred Kern 



'The Fearsome Foursome' 







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We're not ever coming back! 



CAROLYN ADAMSON 
"Are you kidding me?" 

KATHLEEN ANDREOLI 

"Let's advance forth into the 
night gang." 



FRANCINE AKSTIN 
"Gimme your word?" 

BARBARA ANDREW 
"What a hassel !" 



DOREEN ALLEN 
"What can I say?" 

PHILIP ANDRUKAITIS 
"Hey man ! Let's go!" 



ANDREA ALLSTON 

"Hey man, are you kid 
ding?" 

MICHAEL ANGELARI 

"Mama mia!" 




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DEBORAH APKARIAN 

"Go get 'em Tiger!" 



MARSHA APKARIAN 

"Oh ya? I didn't know 
that!" 



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Oh, yeah ! I bet mine tastes 
better ! 





LYNN ARCHAMBAULT 
"Patut!" 

DEBRA ASQUITH 
"O' cut it out!" 

DONALD ASQUITH 
"I didn't read that book" 



DENISE AUCLAIR 
"What are you, insane?" 

BLAINE AUSTIN 

"Yah, they call me Wild 
Blaine. What about it?" 

BRENDA AZIZ 
"Eat your heart out !" 



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Humpty Dumpties 



STEPHEN BAJOR 
"Wow!" 

JAMES BATEMAN 
"All right!" 



RONALD BALFOUR 

"All right!" 

BARBARA BEAN 
"Get out!" 



ANTHONY BARANOWSKI 



ROSE MARIE BEAL'DOIN 
"Reallv?" 



MARY BARRY 
"Spastic!" 

LINDA BELAIR 
Til smash you!" 




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JOSEPH BELANGER 
"Right, heah buddy?" 



ELIZABETH BENNETT 

"Confidentially" 



Oh, girls ! Wait' 11 I tell you what 
happened ! ! 





GAIL BERTHOLD 

"Oh ya, right?" 

NEALE BESHARA 

ELIZABETH BEVIN 

"You've got to be kidding!" 



BONNIE BLAINE 

"Act your age, not your shoe 
size!" 

MARY BLANCHARD 
"Swingin' 

JOSEPH BLANCHETTE 

"I'm proud of yah!" 



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OOPS ! ! 



BRIAN BLANEY 
"Sure do!" 

ANGELA BONFANTI 
"Stop it right now!" 



DEBORAH BOCHMAN 

GARY BORGESI 

"Are you rare?" 



GAIL BOGANNAM 
"You dazzler" 

ROBERTA BORRELLI 

"T h e r e's humor in every- 
thing!" 



MAUREEN BONANNO 
"What are you. serious?" 

PATRICIA BOUCHARD 
"Oh, you've got to be 

kidding!" 




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KENNETH BOURASSA 
"What can I say?" 



ROBERT BRADISH 

"I call it!" 



The studious one ? 





SUSAN BRAIN 
"Cut that out!" 

GAIL BRAY 

"My kingdom for a horse" 

EILEEN BREEN 

"You dirty old man !" 



LINDA BROUCK 

"I wonder what Jim is do- 
ing!" 

CANDACE BRUCE 

"I don't know !" 

PATRICIA BRUNO 
"Dig it!" 



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Ace sayin' grace 



CHARLENE BUDREVICH 
"Oh my Lord !" 

THOMAS BYRNE 
"Foolish!" 



MICHAEL BULMER 

"That's really neat!" 

LINDA CALDERONE 

"But they learned me that!' 



ARTHUR BURKE 



LINDA CARPENITO 
"Oh brother!" 



CHARLES BURNS 

"I didn't read that book' 

JOYCE CARTA 
"Googie" 







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HAROLD CHADWICK 



GERALD CLOUTIER 




Oh!! It's empty!! 





ELAINE COCO 

"Oh, you're kidding!" 

LUCY COCO 

"This is unreal!" 

ANN MARIE COLIZZI 

"What is this madness?" 



DAVID COLLINS 
"Oh my God!" 

LOUIS CONGO 

"What's the story here 
now?" 

RANDALL COOK 

"Wow!" 



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You dirty rat! 



WILLIAM CORREIA 
"I'm in doubt!" 

SHARON CRUICHSHANK 
"Is that right?" 



LORRAINE COSTANZO 

"What aHarri Hum!" 

KATHLEEN DALLON 
"What an old pooh!" 



DONALD CRABTREE 
"Just wild!" 

JEAN DAVIS 

"Crack me right up!" 



EDWARD CROSBIE 
"Jean, leave me alone 

SHIRLEY DeCHANE 
"Some people's kids!' 




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Gee ! My father never told me 
that ! 



ROBERT DelDUCA 

"This is true!" 



ANTHONY DELLICOLLI 

"I'm sure!" 






DENISE DeORIO 

"This is ridiculous! 

KAREN DerAPKARIAN 
"Oh brother!" 

ARMEN DERDERIAN 

"You know, give me a break, 
will ya?" 



JANICE DEROCHE 

DIANE DESROCHE 

"Happiness is being short" 

ALAN DESROSIERS 
"But that's my bag!" 



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One, two, three, red light 



PATRICIA DEVANEY 
"Glory be to St. Patrick!" 

JOANNE DiPAOLO 
"Howdy!" 



RICHARD DiNATALE 

"Fantastic!" 

MARGARET DONAHUE 
"Really?" 



PAUL DIODATI 
"How sickening" 

RAYMOND DONOVAN 



RAYMOND DIODATI 
"I like that!" 

JANE DUFRESNE 
"Ain't ain't a word ?" 




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STEPHEN DYER 

"What's wrong with you?" 





CONSTANCE FARO 

DAVID FARRAH 

"Aw, come on" 

JOHN FEATHER 

"Crack me right up!" 



THERESE FEOLI 
"Too bad !" 

LINDA FILELLA 

"Don't bother me!" 

MARTHA FINDEISEN 

"Shucks! Well, shut my 
mouth wide open!" 



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Use your karate ! 



Aw, come on, coach; — let me in ! 



PAULA FINDEISEN 

"Oh my ! Don't be so silly !' 

LOREEN FLOCKERZI 



ANN MARIE FIORILLA 
"Let him wait!" 

JOHN FOLEY 

"I can't hack it!" 



KATHLEEN FITZMAURICF. 
"I don't care !" 

DEBORAH FORGIONE 
"Oh, this is ridiculous!" 



GAYLE FLETCHER 
"That's all!" 

GARY FOUQUART 




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JOHN FOYE 

"I call it!" 



NORMAN GAGNE 

"I'll bet my wedding 
ring that I'm married" 



Oh where, oh where, has my little 
dog done ! 





ROBERT GALLAGHER 
"I'm sorry,. I'll dye it black 
tomorrow" 

VIRGINIA GALLANT 
"I don't believe it" 

SCOTT GALLOWAY 

"Ask me if I care!" 



MITCHELL GARABEDIAN 
"Hey, you know!" 

CLAUDIA GAROFOLO 
"What? Me worry!" 

LINDA GEBALA 
"But why me?" 



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"That's a NO-NO!' 



My idol ! 



BERT GILBERT 

ROBERT GRILLO 

"Aw come on, you gotta be 
kidding!" 



DIANE GORDON 
"How's it going?" 

DAVID GROSSE 

"Are you for real?' 



KAREN GRELLE 

MARYALICE GROVES 
"I don't care" 



JEFFREY GRENDA 

RACHEL GUERTIN 
"Who me?" 




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KAREN GUSTARTIS 
"I couldn't be bothered' 



JOSEPH GUY 
"Is that right?' 



"And on the way home from the 
movie ..." 





JANET HADDAD 
"Ohya?" 

NANCY HANNINEN 
"Tricky or what?" 

THOMAS HARRINGTON 

"What a gronk!" 



SHARON HARTUNG 

"Must you gotta?" 

MARCIA HEALY 
"Love it!" 

CAROL HEBSCH 

"Who died and left you 
boss?" 



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Group Therapy 



NANCY HILLERBY 
"Get out!" 

CATHERINE HOLLAND 
"I just can't stand it!" 



PAULA HIRSCH 
"Oh, really?" 

WAYNE HOLLAND 



LYNELLEN HOEHN 
"What am I going to do?' 

DONALD HUGHES 



PATRICIA HOEHN 

"Stop it!" 

RICHARD HURST 




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KENNETH HYDE 

"Hey, Red Ace, why don't 
you dye it black?" 



ALBERT IRELAND 

"I'm just a nice, quiet boy" 



'I wonder if the coach will miss 
it?" 





FRANCES JACINTO 
"How weird !" 

GAYLE JACKSON 

"Maybe you better say that 
again" 

LINDA JAGGER 

"So, what's new?" 



REGINA JANKOWSKI 
"Cool it!" 

JAYNE JOHNSON 
"What can I say, right?" 

CYNTHIA JOHNSTON 

"Ya. right!" 



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Oh, Bob! You devil! 



MARILYN KAATZ 
"I'll be seeing ya!" 

JANIS KISIEL 
"Hey man!" 



PAUL KARPOWICZ 
"Honest! I swear it!" 

SHIELA KLIER 
"Bad news" 



JAMES KARVOUNIS 
"Groovey, groovey" 

DIANNE KLUK 
'You stupid pickle!" 



MERRILEE KERR 
"Right Ralph" 

WILLIAM KOSTREWA 




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JOSEPH KOZDRA 

"Everyone loves a fat raisin." 



SUSAN KRIKORIAN 
"How 'bout that!" 




'It's no use, Kevin, my heart 
belongs to Jeffrey." 









JOHN KUBIT 

"Get right out!" 

KEVIN KUCHAR 

"Unhackable!" 

EILEEN LAMBERT 

"What is this parapherna- 
lia?" 



JOANNE LAORONZA 
"Cut it out, will ya?" 

LEONA LARIVIERE 

KATHLEEN LASPINA 



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"Who me, cheat?" 



THOMAS LAUDANI 

"What time does this period 
end?" 

WILFRED LEMARIE 

"I don't know, one or two, 
you know." 



PETER LAURENZA 
"What's it to ya, huh?" 

MAUREEN LEMIEUX 
"There's a move!" 



SUSAN LAW 



RONALD L'HEUREUX 

"No one tangles with Buffalo 
Ron." 



RICHARD LeFEBVRE 
"Buzzzz" 



LOUISE LIBERFARB 

"I hate to be redundant, 
but I don't believe it." 




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VINCENT LUCCISANO 



ROBERT LUCIANO 
"Hello!" 



"Who says it's water?" 





LORRAINE LUCINSKAS 
"Now here's what I'd do!" 

LINDA LUTZ 
"Oh Good Grief!" 

JoANN MADDOX 

"I'm going to give you such 
a punch!" 




JOHN MAHONEY 

KEVIN MAHONEY 

"All right!" 

CHARLES MANN 
"Oh, Applesauce!" 



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"Can you get me one of those?" 


"We're a very' organized group." 


PAMELA MANZI MARY MARCELLO 
"Roberta, lend me a quarter!" "Savage!" 


PAULINE MARCHAND ROBERT MARCOUX 
"Oh come on!" 


DIANE MARSELLA LINDA MARTEL 

"How cute ..." 


JOANNE MARTIN MARIANTHE MATSES 
"What a clod !" "Are you serious? 




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PRISCILLA MATSES 

"Oh you're so silly!" 





TEVIAN MAZZOTTA 

"Now that was uncalled 
for!" 




The Ace at work. 




LAWRENCE McANESPIE 

MARGARET McCANN 
"Yeah, right?" 

carol Mccracken 

"What a hassle!" 



JAMES McGURREN 
"Simply unbelievable!" 

ROBERT McKINNEY 



JOAN MELNICKI 
"You're gonna get punched !' 



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"We're really the Lennon Sisters!" 




JOSEPH MESSINA 
"Oh, you're so cute!" 




GERALDINE MGRDICHIAN 

"Don't get all bent out of 
shape!" 


KENNETH MICHAUD 
"Oh my God!" 


MARY MIKULIS 
"Leave me alone!" 


DARLENE MILONE 
"Oh well, what can I 


say?" 


KATHLEEN MINAHAN 
"What are you, soft?" 


EDWARD MONROE 

"Unhackable High School!" 


CAROL MONTEFUSCO 
"Go mental!" 




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JEFFREY MONTI 

"If you had a brain, you'd 
be lonesome!" 



JANICE MOREL 
"Are you serious?' 




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'I know I'm irresistible, but ..." 



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CHRIS MORLEY 

"Without a doubt." 

CONSTANCE 
MOSCHETTO 

"Are you going to the first 
floor, Linda?" 

EILEEN MULCAHY 

"Spare me." 



LINDA MUNDRY 

"Why take life seriously? 
You won't get out alive any- 
way! 

RONALD MUSHOW 

"Popcorn" 

CHERYLE NADDIF 

"Scram monkey, no pea- 
nuts!" 



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MICHAEL NADDIF 
"All right!" 

KATHY NELSON 
"Tish." 



"These raspberry ding-dongs are pretty good.' 



DONALD NAJARIAN 
"Oh my God!" 

JULIE NESS 



RONALD NAJARIAN 

NANCY NICHOLSON 
"This is ridiculous!" 



BEVERLY NAYLOR 
"I don't belie%'e it!" 

GLENNA NOBLE 
"What can I say?" 




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"Scum, not sour milk again!" 



CHARLES OCCHIPINTI 

"Gubagolu" 




RICHAFD OTTELLETTE 

"Is that right?" 





PATRICIA PAINE 

"Oh ! ! My car died again !" 

ANTHONY PARRINO 
"Come on !" 

PATRICIA PARRINO 
"I can't hack it!" 



ELAINE PARTHUM 

"Boy, am I loaded with 
homework !" 

DARLENE PATTI 
"Say, honest!" 

SUSAN PEGLOW 

"Never do a crazy thing 
once, it's more fun twice!" 




'Here comes the little choo-choo!' 



ANNA PELLERIN 
"Get right out!" 

MARK PETRALIA 

"Study is the key to all knowl 
edge!?" 



ROGER PERETTI 
"Get in there." 

RITA PIAZZA 

"Could be interesting. 



PAMELA PERILLO 
"Sure." 

JANICE PIZZANO 
"Don't get shook!" 



KENNETH PERRY 
"Cry a little" 

PATRICIA PIZZANO 
"I don't believe it!" 




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PAUL POISSON 

"Unhackable!" 



"Actually, it's Playboy." 



BARBARA POULIN 

"I don't believe it!" 





PAUL PRIVITERA 

"Anna Baby!" 

DONNA RICCIO 
"It's unreal !" 

MARIE RICHARDS 
"Poor baby!" 



SANDRA RICHARDSON 
"Are you for real?" 

RAYMOND RISCHER 

PATRICIA ROBERTS 
"What a hassle!" 



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BEEP (Censored) 



JAMES RONSIVALLI 
"Well all right!" 

LINDA ROY 
"Harram!" 



ERANCES ROSSETTI 
"Whatchamacallit." 

JANE ROZZI 
"Unreal!" 



JOHN ROURKE 
"Get right out!" 

ROBERTA SACCUZZO 

"Oh really?" 



JACQUELYN ROY 
"I don't believe it!" 

THADDEUS SALACH 
"Cool man." 




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DAVID SAMIA 

"I'd walk a mile for a 
camel." 



RAYMOND SCHMIDT 

"Well ah, you know." 



"Why don't we just burn everything 
and forget it?" 





DAVID SCHRUENDER 

"Let's go to Duncan's, 
okay? !" 

GAIL SCHWARTZ 

"Well, nobodys perfect!" 

GEORGE SCOTT 



DONALD SESTINI 
"This is true." 

VERNA SHAHEEN 

"I'm hung up." 

RICHARD SHAW 
"Oh come on now!" 



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"What proof 


was 


that?' 






THOMAS SHEA 

"Get out!" 


DAVID SIMILI 
"Just can't hack it!" 






CYNTHIA SIMPSON 


JAN SMARGIE 

"Homework again ! 


JANET SMARGIE 
"You're awful !" 


MARLENE SMITH 
"Ya, Right!" 






GREGORY SPORTUM 

"Can't hack it!" 


MARY STAPLES 
"I'm almost sure!" 




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'Who me ... a queen?" 



SHARON STEEB 

"I'm all scummed up!" 



RALPH TATONE 
"Sure I like German !' 





CHRISTINE TAYLOR 

KATHLEEN TERRY 

"Strange — Ver-r-r-ry 
strange!" 

MARGARET TEVANIAN 

"Ugh, she's weird !" 



CHRISTINE TINNEY 
"Really?" 

JOHN TOOMEY 
"That's life." 

ERNA TORB1N 
"What can ya do?" 



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"Ring around the rosy." 




"Somebody in this world likes me?' 



GAIL TOWNSEND 
"This is basically true." 



DEBRA TURCHI 

"Oh, you're so wonderful!" 



IRVING TRUE 



RENE TURCOTTE 

"That's bright!" 



FRANCES TULLEY 

"Oh, you're such a Yo-Yo!' 



DOMENIC VACCARO 

"What homework !" 



SUSAN TURCHAN 

"I don't want to talk 
about it! The subject is 
closed !" 

RONALD VALCOURT 

"All right!" 




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CAROL VALLIERE 
"Yeah, right!" 



KATHLEEN VIEWEG 




"Debbie, I'll be with you in apple 
blossom time." 



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JOANNE WALTHER 

"Whopee." 

LINDA W ATKINS 

"Get right out! I don't be- 
lieve it!" 

PAUL WEINSTEIN 
"Everybody say cheese!" 



LINDA WESHONKO 

"Keep smiling. It'll make 
everyone wonder what you've 
been up to!" 

JANICE WILSON 

"What's wrong with Beetho- 



BARBARA WUNDERLICH 
"I just don't want to hear 

it!" 



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IRENE WUNDERLICH 

"Honeee ..." 



JEFFREY YANAGI 
"Oh, that's just great!' 



NANCY YOUNG 

"How come??" 






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STEPHEN YOUNG 

"Silence is golden." 


ANN ZACCARI 
"Really fantastic." 

SHY SENIORS 


DAVID ZAPPALA 

"What' re your ears painted 
on?" 




Russell Baril 
Jonathan Depoian 
Douglas Di Prima 
William Felides 
Robert Floyd 
John Hooper 


Robert Rozzi 
Daniel Sheehan 
Sandra Schumacher 


William Matseas 
Dennis McKillop 
Gloria Nagri 
Christine Rickley 
Dennis Robichaud 
Ronald Rother 


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One of the happiest voices at Tenney High belongs 
to an unseen member of our class. He is exceptionally 
spirited and is seen at every T.H.S. football game! In 
the not-so-far future we may hear his verbal acclama- 
tions coming to us from our radios! Raymond Feugill 
is a great kid who truly exemplifies the Spirit of '69! 




Senior Class Advisor 

Mr. William Russell 



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SPORTS 



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"Consider for a moment what we 
achieve from athletics . . . the sheer fun 
of playing . . . the building of a healthy 
and alert mind . . . stamina, courage, un- 
selfishness and, most importantly, perhaps 

— the will to win." 

— Robert Kennedy 




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The Rangers are in there fighting.' 






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Spirits were high as the big day drew near. Coach Kissell gave a pep talk which really put us 
in the mood. 

— How We Trounced the 

Scarlet Knights — 






The day was clear and everything was set. The Red 
Ace" showed who was boss from the opening kick off by 
picking up a fumble and scrambling in for six. Not satis- 
fied vet. the Rangers picked a play and within four min- 
utes, "Ace" carried over another. 





Vinny took off in a cloud of dust, but because all good things must 
come to an end, he bit the dust about five yards up. 



After a long day we all like to relax with a 
drink. 



After ten years of waiting and 
hoping, the MIGHTY RANG- 
ERS finally tasted the sweet- 
ness of revenge through VIC- 
TORY over North Andover! 




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Queen Irene Wunderlich and Attendants 
Jackie Roy, and Lucy Coco. 



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The 1968 season has created many memories for 
seniors Bob and Jim. With pride they will recall 
their victories over North Andover and Tewks- 
bury, and they will forever cherish the lasting 
friendships they have made. 




A locker room now 
empty and still recalls 
the activity it held 
during football season 
— the cheerful clamor 
of victory — the som- 
ber silence of defeat. 



With much nostalgia "Ace" leaves the club house 
for the last time and looks forward to his future 
with confidence and zeal. 









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Cross Country 

Willingness, Endurance, Strength 

and Agility ... All Go Into the 

Making of a Cross Country Runner. 

This Was Our Team for 1968 




Seniors 



Coach GosseSin 




Co-Capt. Collins 



Co-Capt. Monti 




THE TEAM 




Remember — 

Bruised skins . . . noisey bus rides 
. . . drippy veal cutlets from Bea's . . . 
the piercing whistle . . . downing or- 
anges in one bite . . . satisfaction after 
victory . . . Klukie and her pranks . . . 
gasping for air ... sexy sweat pants 
. . ."We're from Methuen" . . . check- 
ing out the opponents . . . cheering for 
the J.V.'s . . . — wins — losses . . . the 
wildest season ever . . . pep talks . . . 
long, dark silences . . . gently placing 
beat-up hockey sticks back in a closet 
to rest . . . and the end of it all! 
Remember ? 




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Girls' 
Basketball . . . 



D r i b b I i n g, practice, 
laughter, "lambs," and foul 
shots were all a familiar 
part of the girls' basketball 
season at Tenney. 

Co-captains Pat Paine and 
Kathy Nelson, along with 
Coaches Bailey and Sh men- 
der, always tried their best 
to keep our girls in line, 
but the power and enthusi- 
asm of the squad was often 
uncontrollable. "Be agres- 
sive!" but be the most fab- 
ulous team ever — and they 
certainly were! 




The Seniors 

The Girls Who Cheered . 



With their psychedelic plaid cool-lot outfits and swishy, swaying poms, the 
T.H.S. cheerleaders inarched onto the field to make each Saturday football 
game a spirited smash. When seasons swapped — so did their attire. Crisp 
jumpers provided the elbow room needed to perform geometric routines on 
a basketball court. 

The girls' year-round aim was to cheer with the crowd and to the team, 
thereby transferring the spirit from public to player where it could do the 
most good. The squad, consisting of eight seniors and five juniors, was led 
by co-captains Marsha Apkarian and Nancy Nicholson. Together, the thirteen 
girls lived through gymnasiums, silent bus trips, and tense situations, loving 
every minute of it; after all, that was the whole idea! 

"Hurrah" to the Tenney High Cheerleaders '68-'69. 






The Girls Who 
Twirled . . . 

Our Rangerettes of Tenney High, led by Captain Carol 
Adamson, added up to a talented unit of skill and energy. 
Whether they were marching in a parade, performing at a rally, 
or just practicing a new drill, the girls put forth their "all." 

How can the group ever forget inspection, "left, left," freez- 
ing football games, "Step to the Rear," and those delicious 
morning snacks in our sweet-smelling locker room? For Carol 
Adamson, Franny Tulley, and Debbie Turchi, the three senior 
members of the squad, it won't be easy! 






Our Seniors 




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Winter Track 





SENIORS: Jeff Monti, Mike Angelari, 
Steve Dyer, Paul Karpowitz. 
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Dave Schruender, Don Najarian, Ron Valcourt. 



Although they had to clear 
the track when it snowed and 
wear warmer socks when it was 
cold, this year's winter track 
team proved that they were 
tough enough to win in any 
weather. 



Arms, legs and a will of iron 
make a wrestler a champion . . . 

According to this description, all 
of the 1969 wrestlers of Tenney 
High were champions. 




Ronnie the big guy. 




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Basketball 



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SENIORS: Bill Correia, Jeff Y.inagi, Brian Blaney, Bert Gilbert. 



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Jeff Yanagi— Vice President 
Marearet Donaluic — Treasurer 

Ken Hyde— President 

Lucy Coco — Secretary 



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Junior Class 
Officers 



OFFICERS: l-r — Joanne Sapienza, Sec- 
retary; Ann Marie Pizanno, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Barry Joseph, President; Sharon 
Zambino, Treasurer. 



Sophomore 
Class Officers 



OFFICERS: Mike Langevin, President; 
Susan Heffernan, Secretary; Mike 
O'Dowd, Vice-President; Susan Hovan- 
asian, Treasurer. 





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OFFICERS: / to r — seated Frances Tulley, Secretary; Patricia Paine, 
Treasurer; standing, Eileen Mulcahy, Vice-President; Donald Sestini, 
President. 



Art 
Club 



The Senior Art Club, under the direction of Mr. 
Joseph Melia, is one of the most active clubs at 
Tenney. The members are in charge of posters for 
school dances and games, and decorations for the 
cafeteria at Christmas. They also decorate for school 
dances, the Sophomore reception, the Senior Play 
and, the real t^st of their talent, the Senior Class 
Prom. 






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Business Club 



The Business Club, under the direction of Miss 
Lange and Mrs. Rimas, meets once a month to in- 
crease their knowledge of the business world. Their 
activities include field trips, movies, and visits to 
the senior citizens and exceptional children. The 
main objective of the club is to help others in the 
community as well as themselves. 



OFFICERS: /-;• — Miss Lange, advisor; A 
Collizi, Treasurer; Debbie Forgione, Secre 
tary; Lucy Coco, Vice-President; Andrea All 
ston, President; Mrs. Rimas, advisor. 








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OFFICERS: / to r — Ann Zaccari, Recording Secretary; Nancy Young, President; Cheryl Zenevitch, 
Corresponding Secretary; Joanne DiPaolo, Treasurer; Jeanne Sarto. Public Relations. 




Student 
Council 

The purposes of the Stu- 
dent Council are to act as 
a coordinating agency be- 
tween the student body, the 
school faculty, and the ad- 
ministration; to promote 
good citizenship, to encour- 
age student participation in 
all school activities, to as- 
sist the school administra- 
tion whenever possible, and 
to execute all duties faith- 
fully to make students more 
familiar with school life 
and to improve school spir- 
it. Mrs. A. McLennan is 
the advisor. 



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Honor 
Society 



The National Honor So- 
ciety members are selected 
for their scholarship, char- 
acter, leadership, service 
and citizenship. This group 
offers a tutoring service, 
holds an annual Book Fair 
in addition to the daily 
Book Mobile, plans oc- 
casional assemblies and pro- 
motes other beneficial proj- 
ects. 



OFFICERS — l-r — Nancy Young, Historian, Stephen Bajor, President; Jacquelyn Roy, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Susan Krikorian, Treasurer; Marsha Apkarian, Secretary; Mr. Gagne, Advisor. 




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Blue and White 
Staff 



The 1969 editorial staff under the supervision of 
advisor Mr. Steve Francis and editor-in-chief Debbie 
Apkarian have planned and constructed an exciting is- 
sue of the Blue and White each month of the school 
year. 



The staff have really kept secretary Denny Donahue busy with all 
the paperwork. Paul Weinstein never fails to show up with his 
Polaroid when an earth-shattering event occurs. Business manager 
Cindy Johnston makes sure the staff doesn't overdraw its account, 
and both Glenna Noble and Beverly Naylor add an artistic touch 
to every issue. 




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First page editor Gail Schwartz and her 
reporters have done a fine job present- 
ing headline articles pertaining to the 
latest social and cultural events of the 
school. 




Editorials and feature articles are 
handled by Ann Zaccari. She and her 
second page workers keep an open 
line for students to express their 
views. 



Andrea Allston, third page editor, leads 
her staff in gathering all the latest gos- 
sip floating around the halls of Tenney. 




Sport page editors are Steve Bajor 
and Marsha Apkarian. Assisted by 
their reporters, they give complete 
coverage of all sport and athletic 
events at M.H.S. 






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OFFICERS: Steve Dyer, Major; Colonel, Edward Crosby; 
Lieut. Colonel, Ken Hyde; Major, Jeff Grenda. 



Methuen 
High School 
Cadet Corps 

Advisor, Mr. Alvin Huebner; Colonel, Edward Crosby. 





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OFFICERS: / to r — Mr. Gagne, Advisor; Pamela Perillo, Vice President; Jacquelyn Roy, Treasurer; 
Susan Krikorian, President; Marianthe Matses, Secretary; Joanne Walther, Historian. 



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JUNIORS 



The French Club is one 
of the most active organiza- 
tions in the school. Meet- 
ings are more than business 
meetings; they are reunions 
where students may listen 
to speakers, watch slides of 
French paintings and French 
civilization, and participate 
in group discussions. French 
club members may be found 
participating in school as- 
semblies or setting up cul- 
tural exhibits for National 
Education Week. Each year, 
the group makes plans to 
see a movie and usually 
takes a trip to Boston. 



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Latin 
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Because there is only one 
Latin class, Latin club mem- 
bers are allowed to hold 
their meetings during class 
time. They sponsor such 
events as the Latin Club 
Christmas Party and plan 
other interesting activities. 
One of the most enjoyable 
aspects of membership in 
the Latin Club is the annual 
trip to Phillips Academy to 
attend a Latin play. 



OFFICERS: / to r— Joan Cote, 
Treasurer; Jane Holland, Sec- 
retary; James Nassar, President; 
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after school, and parties and other such 
activities are planned. An extremely inter- 
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Underground 
Music Society 

Advised by Mr. David Whiting, the 
Underground Music Society is an en- 
joyable and relaxing club. The mem- 
bers swap albums of current fame, at- 
tend shows of popular music groups, 
and alternate providing homes and ste- 
reos. 



OFFICERS: /-;— Verna Shaheen, Secretary; 
James Bateman, Vice President; Mr. David 
Whiting, Advisor; Paul Privitera, President; 
Kenny Hyde, Treasurer. 



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The beat goes on 
and on at the meet- 
ings of the Folk 
Music Club. Enter- 
tainment is provid- 
ed by the guitar- 
playing members. 
Field trips are of- 
ten taken to see 
popular folk sing- 
ers in the Boston 
area. Musically in- 
clined students find 
this a most reward- 
ing club. 




OFFICERS: l-r — Mrs. Lane, Advisor; Joanne DiPaolo, President; Susan Krikorian, Treasurer; 
Liberfarb, Secretary; not present Mary Alice Groves, Vice-President. 

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It may not be common knowl- 
edge that there are in our midst 
many promising young mathe- 
maticians dedicated to the pro- 
position that all math-meets are 
not created equal, and that the 
Math Club shall not have tried 
in vain to win one. They take 
increased devotion to that cause 
for which their leader, Mr. Rob- 
ert Fradette, has been giving 
many measures of devotion — 
that the Math Club will have 
a new birth of winning streaks 
and the theorems of the Ad- 
miral, by the Admiral, for the 
Admiral shall not perish from 
the blackboard. 




Top: John Dixon, Vice-President; Middle l-r — Rita Piazza, Treasurer; Susan Turchan. 
Secretary; Bottom row l-r — Mrs. Newman, Advisor; Steve Bajor, President; Mr. Yelle, 
Advisor. 



Math Club 




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One fine day, after 
receiving an invigorat- 
ing dissertation on the 
second law of thermo- 
dynamics, Mr. Russell's 
second period Physics 
class decided to form 
the cum laude of Ten- 
ney High School — The 
Physics Club. Its presi- 
dent, Bob Gallagher, 
has gallantly led the 
class, unscathed and in 
a blaze of red glory, 
through the rigors of 
Mr. Russell's tests. The 
Physics Club has yet to 
prove itself the eighth 
wonder of the world. 

Long live the lab 
coat! 



OFFICERS: l-r— Horrace Mann, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Marsha Apkarian, Secretary; Jeff Yan- 
agi, Treasurer; Bob Gallagher, President. 



Physics Club 




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OFFICERS: l-r — Susan Turchan, Secretary; Ken Hyde, Vice President; Kevin 
Mahoney, President; Nancy Young, Treasurer; Gail Bogannum, Publicity. 



Speakers' 
Bureau 



The Speakers' Bureau, under the leadership 
of Mrs. W. Hovanasian, is a newly formed 
club of talented orators. Its primary objective 
is to improve the line of communication be- 
tween the adults and teen-agers of Methuen. 
The members enter speech contests and accept 
offers to speak at local clubs and organizations. 




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German Club 



The German Club, under the able leadership of its officers — President Stephen Bajor, Vice- 
President M. Kendall Bean, Secretary Ronald Najarian, and Treasurer Ralph Tatone, had a 
very successful year and was fortunate enough to attend several activities. 

In February, "Don Carlos," a German film shown at Phillips Academy, was well attended 
by club members, as was "Das Glas Wasser" in May. An outstanding activity was the attend- 
ing of a German play written and produced by Phillips Academy students. 

All German students at Tenney are members of this club. The experiences enjoyed through 
this club's activities have proven interesting, informative, and beneficial to all students in- 
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If you pass the band 
room during third period, 
you may hear the melodi- 
ous strains of the Tenney 
High Glee Club. They made 
their debut by Christmas 
caroling at the Lawrence 
Common. They have since 
had little chance to perform, 
but they are willing, ready, 
and able. Be listening for 
them. 



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OFFICERS: / to r — Ronald L'Heureux, President; Nancy Nicholson, Secre- 
tary; Joseph Messina, Vice President; Miss Faro, Advisor; Patricia Pizzano, 
Treasurer. 







Italian 
Club 



Any students of Italian may belong to 
the Italian Club, although they have a 
French president. The group meets every 
other Thursday in room 109 under the 
supervision of Miss Faro, and sponsors 
house parties, takes trips to Italian restau- 
rants in Boston, and helps to set up exhi- 
bits in the language lab. 



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OFFICERS: Vice-President, Paul Weinstein; President, Jeff Monte; Secretary, Harold Chadwick; Mr. Gregory. 
Advisor. 




Our Band 



Marching proudly into a football 
rally, or sitting in the spirit-soaked 
security of the bleachers, one may 
stop and wonder what that inspir- 
ing sound coming from up front is. 
It is the pep-music of the Tenney 
Hi^h Band. Under the direction of 
Mr. Joseph Gregory, assisted by 
Mr. "Frank" Savory and Mr. "Nat" 
Roof, it gave our football team 
endless "eo," both on the field and 
in the bleachers. At the major as- 
semblies it worked hard to enter- 
tain us with melodies befitting 
the occasion. Their annual concert 
was one of the best vet. 



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Our Yearbook Staff 

Top row /-;■— Lucy Coco, Sharon Steeb, Paul Weinstein, Gail Schwartz. Steve Bajor, Mrs. Hughes. Advisor. 

Middle row l-r — Scott Galloway, Roberta Saccuzzo, Virginia Gallant. Glcnna Noble, Nancy- Young, Mrs. Souza, Advisor. 

Bottom row l-r— Ann Zaccari, Marsha Apkarian, Ken Hyde, Carol Adamson, Cindy Johnston, Charlene Budrevich. 




Thank Heavens for Mr. Rowan's guidance ! 




Our Editor — Sharon 




What is a yearbook? What is the torch? For the senior stu- 
dents at Tenney, it's a diary with every page filled — filled 
with sweet memories of three years past. It contains the com- 
bined literary and pictorial summary of each student's actions 
and reactions to the high school environment. 

What is a yearbook staff, or better still— who fills each 
golden page with remembrances that radiate the true spirit 
of Tenney? Our group of editors have worked diligently and 
enthusiastically to present their class with the finest graduation 
gift anywhere. They made certain it contained all the happen- 
ings of our three years— sprinkled with experience, mixed with 
knowledge, spiced with emotion, and topped off with time 
itself! 

Thanks and congratulations to the Yearbook Staff of 1969. 




Time it was, 

And what a time it was, 

It was . . . 

A time of innocence, 

A time of confidences. 

Long ago ... it must be 

I have a photograph. 

Preserve vour memories; 

They're all that's left you. 



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Brian Blaney 



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THE GRAND MARCH 1966 

L. to R. — Eileen Cunningham, '66 Sr. Class Sec; Jeff Yanagi, Soph. 
Class Vice President; Lucy Coco, Soph. Class Secretary; and Pete May, 
'66 Sr. Class President. 



Our Sophomore Reception 



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Sophomore 

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sors a reception to welcome the 
incoming sophomores. A sopho- 
more king and queen are chosen 
by the senior class. This year the 
honors went to Barbara Ingalls and 
Donald Pendergast. 



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Cadet 
Assembly 

The Cadet Assembly was held in 
October to announce the new of- 
ficers and the Queen and her at- 
tendants. The officers chosen were: 
Steve Dyer ? Adj. Major; Jeff Gren- 
da, Drill Major; Ken Hyde, Lt. 
Colonel; and Edward Crosbie, Colo- 
nel. The Cadets chose Patricia Piz- 
zano as their Queen and Nancy 
Nicholson and Paula Findiesen as 
her attendants. The Corps' formal 
activities will be held in March 
when the Queen and her attendants 
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One of the drill teams which competed at the 
Ball. 




Corps Advisor A. Huebner with the Junior drill competitors D. 
Labee, R. Riccio, and D. Mansour. The winner was R. Riccio. 



The formal activities come to an end. 





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